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NCWIT Aspiration Winners from Central and Northern NM
Welcome to the
23nd Annual Awards
Ceremony
April 23, 2012
We are proud of each of you!
You Took the Challenge!
Master of Ceremonies
Shaun Cooper,
New Mexico State University
Chief Information Officer
Supercomputing Challenge
Past Member of the
Board of Directors
Charlie McMillan,
LANL Director
I Took the Challenge!
First Year Schools
John Paul Gonzales, Consult,
Santa Fe Institute & Project GUTS
First Year Schools
Centennial High School
Teams 16 ,17
Edgewood Middle School
Teams 37, 38
Mountain Elementary School
Team 79
Taos Middle School
Team 1008
Presentation of the
2012 - 2013 Finalists
David Kratzer, Consult
The Finalists
Team 6, Albuquerque Academy
Team 31, Desert Academy
Team 47, La Cueva High School
Team 48, La Cueva High School
Team 49, La Cueva High School
Team 52, Los Alamos High School
Team 56, Los Alamos High School
Team 58, Los Alamos High School
Team 80, NM School for the Arts
Los Alamos National
Laboratory Environmental
Modeling Award
David Janecky, LANL
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Environmental Modeling Award
Winners:
Team 7 Annunciation Catholic School
Can the Great Pacific Garbage Patch be
Eliminated With Plastic-eating Microbes?
Thomas Curtin, Moira Donnelly, Grace
Maynard, Nam Nguyen, Andreana Nourie,
Megan Thomas
Sponsor: Mary Curtin
Best Agent-based Model using
NetLogo
Presented by Stephen Guerin
Redfish Group
Best Agent-based Model using
NetLogo
Winners:
Team 59 Los Alamos Middle School
A Two-step Policy Approach used in
Cloud Web Service Scheduling
Problems
Sponsor: Pauline Stevens
Mentor: Hsing-bung (HB) Chen
Best Human-Computer
Interaction Model
Presented by Stephen Guerin,
Simtable
Best Human-Computer
Interaction Model
Winners:
Team 64 Los Alamos Middle School
Headtracking: Controlling Your
Computer with your Head
Alex Ionkov
Sponsor : Pauline Stephens
Mentor: Latchesar Ionkov
Research Award:
NM Water/Climate
Change
Presented by:
Mary Jo Daniel and Natalie
Willoughby
Research Award
NM Water/Climate Change
Winner:
Team 67
Melrose High School
9,000,000,000
Randall Rush
Sponsors: Alan Daugherty, Rebecca
Raulie
Southwest Ecosystem
Model
Presented by:
Celia Einhorn, Consult
Co-Sponsored by
NM Museum of Natural
History and Science and
RRCA Staff via United Way
Award for Modeling a
Southwest Ecosystem
Winners:
Team 46
Jackson Middle School
Water Solutions
Matthey Armijo, Jimmy Duong, Randie
Terrill, Luu Thanh
Sponsor: Karen Glennon
Mentors: Patty Meyer, Janet Penvlope,
Maximo S. Lazo
Best Written Report
Presented by:
Sue King, LANL
and
Kathy Pallis, Pallis
Communications
Best Written Report
Winners:
Team 56 Los Alamos High School
Numerical Modeling of Atmospheric
Vortices
Sudeep Dasari, David Murphy, Colin
Redman
Sponsor: Lee Goodwin
Mentor: Venkat Dasari
Best Visualization Award
Presented by:
Teri Roberts, LANL
Sponsored by Lorie Liebrock
Best Visualization Award
Winner:
Team 58
Los Alamos High School
Computer Simulation of Saturn’s Ring
Structure
Cole Kendrick
Sponsor/Mentor: Brian Kendrick
Parallel Processing Award
Presented by:
Jordan Medlock, 2012 Challenge Winner
Sponsored by Lorie Liebrock, NMT
Parallel Processing Award
Winners:
Team 56 Los Alamos High School
Numerical Modeling of Atmospheric
Vortices
Sudeep Dasari, David Murphy, Colin
Redman
Sponsor: Lee Goodwin
Mentor: Venkat Dasari
Recognition of Judges
Michael Trahan,
Sandia National Laboratories
Principal Member of Technical Staff,
Integration and Test, Group # 5515
Eleanor Walther,
Sandia National Laboratories, Retired
Best Agent-Based Model
Presented by Irene Lee,
Santa Fe Institute
Best Agent-Based
Model
Winners:
Team 98
Santa Fe Prep
Emergency Egress in the Case of a
Fire
Harsh Bhundiya, Christoph Schild,
Adam Melk
Sponsor: James Taylor
Mentor: Nick Bennett
Community Impact Award
Presented by Ron Davis,
Abba Technologies
Community Impact Award
Winners:
Team 17
Centennial High School
Build a Better Bus Route
Katrina Martinez, Lilia Taylor,
Cameron Duran, Mark Monsivais
Sponsor: Melody Hagaman
Mentor: LD Landis
Crowd Favorite
Presented by NM Tech Council
Glenn Perkal, TIG
Crowd Favorite
Winners:
Team 73 Melrose High School
Where the Deer and the
Antelope Play
Mackenzie Perkins,
Rebecca Rush, Jouie Barns
Sponsors: Alan Daugherty, Rebecca
Raulie
Mentors: Ray Rush, Tom Perkins
Epidemiology Modeling Award
Presented by
Chick Macal, Argonne National
Laboratory and Jonathan Ozik,
University of Chicago
Epidemiology Modeling Award
Winner:
Team 6 Albuquerque Academy
Model of Disease Propagation to
Predict the Speed of an Outbreak
Marcus Dominguez-Kuhne
Sponsor: Jim Mims
Mentor: Marie Kuhne
Newcomer Award
Presented by
Peggy and Bob Robey
Newcomer Award
Winners:
Team 6
Albuquerque Academy
Model of Disease Propagation to
Predict the Speed of an Outbreak
Marcus Dominguea-Kuhne
Sponsor: Jim Mims
Mentor: Ms. Marie Kuhne
Magellan Award
Presented by
Peggy and Bob Robey
Magellan Award Winners
Winners:
Team 35
Down to Earth School
Predator Mayhem
Ruby Zeuner, Samantha Lopez, Aidan
Link
Sponsors: Maia Chaney, Sharon
Muehlhausen
Most Professional Presentation
Presented by
Dorothy Ashmore,
Sandia National Labs
Most Professional
Presentation
Winner:
Team 58
Los Alamos High School
Computer Simulation of Saturn’s Ring
Structure
Cole Kendrick
Sponsor/Mentor: Brian Kendrick
Best Web Presentation of
Final Report
Presented by Michele Jacquez-Ortiz,
Senator Udall's staff
Best Web Presentation of
Final Report
Winners:
Team 78
Moriarty High School
Electric Wind Shock
Natasha Cordova, Matthew Pearce,
Michael Pearce, Jared Davidson
Sponsor: Jennifer Cordova
Mentor: Christopher Alme, Darren Duvall
Senator Martin Heinrich’s
Middle School Award
Presenter:
Katie Richardson,
Technology's Operations Director
Senator Martin Heinrich’s
Middle School Award
Winners:
Team 59
Los Alamos Middle School
A Two-step Policy Approach used in Cloud
Web Service Scheduling Problems
Steven Chen
Sponsors: Pauline Stephens
Mentors: Hsing-bung (HB) Chen
Senator Martin Heinrich’s
Video Message
http://sdmcmedia.senate.gov.s3.amazonaws.com/Heinrich/0
41813_HEINRICH_2_WEB_HD.mp4
Cray High Performance Award
Presented by
Mike Davis and Victor Kuhns,
Cray Inc.
Cray High Performance Award
Winners:
Team 47 La Cueva High School
Learning and Analyzing Topics in
Human Language
Ari Echt-Wilson, Eli Echt-Wilson,
Justin Sanchez
Sponsor: Samuel Smith
CHECS Research Award
Presented by Shaun Cooper,
President, NM CHECS
CHECS Research Award
Winners:
Team 53 Los Alamos High School
Lowrider to Flowrider Vehicle
Aerodynamics and Aeromodding
Rachel Robey,Simon Redman
Sponsor: Lee Goodwin
Mentor: Robert Robey, Jim Redman
CHECS Teamwork Award
Presented by Shaun Cooper,
NMSU and NM CHECS, President
CHECS Teamwork Award
Winners:
Team 47 La Cueva High School
Ari Echt-Wilson, Eli Echt-Wilson,
Justin Sanchez
Learning and Analyzing Topics in Human
Language
Sponsor: Samuel Smith
Teacher Appreciation Award
Presented by:
Dillion Phillabaum
Edgewood Middle School
Teacher Appreciation Award
Winner:
Janice Portillo
Edgewood Middle School
Teacher Appreciation Award
Presented by:
Arianna and Analyssa
Martinez
Centennial High School
Teacher Appreciation Award
Winner:
Melody Hagaman
Centennial High School
Supercomputing Challenge
Technical Poster Award
Presented by Heather Rister
Technical Poster Award
Winner:
Team 58
Los Alamos High School
Computer Simulation of
Saturn’s Ring Structure
Cole Kendrick
Sponsor/Mentor: Brian Kendrick
Graphical Poster Award
Supercomputing Challenge Logo
for 2013-2014
Presented by Shaun Cooper,
NMSU
Graphical Poster Award
Winners:
Team 56 Los Alamos
High School
Numerical Modeling of
Atmospheric Vortices
Sudeep Dasari, David Murphy, Colin
Redman
Sponsor: Lee Goodwin
Mentor: Venkat Dasari
Sandia National Laboratories
Creativity and Innovation
Award
Presented by David Rogers,
Sandia National Labs
Sandia National Laboratories
Creativity and Innovation Award
Winners:
Team 80 New Mexico School for the
Arts
Audio Textures Opening The Inner Eye
Through Music
Mohit Dubey
Sponsor: Acacia McCombs
Mentor: Stephen Guerin
New Mexico Network for
Women in Science and
Engineering
Presented by Eleanor Walther,
Sandia National Labs (Retired)
New Mexico Network for
Women in Science and
Engineering
Winners:
Sara Hartse, Desert Academy
Rachel Robey, Los Alamos High School
Programming Innovation Award
Presented by Drew Einhorn,
Friend of the Challenge
Sponsored by
Fourth Watch Business
Continuity Services LC
Programming Innovation Award
And the Pythonistas are..
Team 31 Desert Academy
Comparison of Optimization
Techniques for Road Networks
Sara Hartse, Sean Colin-Ellerin
Sponsor: Jocelyn Comstock, Jeff
Mathis
Science Rocks
Presented by Matt Ruybal
for
Congressman Ben Ray Lujan
Science Rocks
Winners:
Team 7
Annunciation Catholic School
Can the Great Pacific Garbage Patch be
Eliminated with Plastic-eating Microbes
Thomas Curtin, Moira Donnelly, Grace
Maynard, Nam Nguyen, Adreana
Nourie, Megan Thomas
Sponsor: Mary Curtin
Consult's Special Award
Challenge Western Wear
Presented by Patty Meyer, Consult
Consult's Special Award
Winner: Alan Daugherty,
Challenge Teacher Sponsor and
Bus Driver
Judges’ Special Awards
Presented by
Eleanor Walther
Mike Trahan
Special Judges Award
Energy and Your Community
Winner:
Team 78 Moriarty High School
Electric Wind Sock
Natasha Cordova, Matthew Pearce,
Micheal Pearce, Jared Davidson
Sponsor: Jennifer Cordova
Mentor: Susan Gibbs
Judges’ Special Award
Tenacity
Winner:
Team 1009
Jackson Middle School
Chickenpox
Katrina Keller
Sponsor: Karen Glennon
Mentors: Jordan Medlock, Patty Meyer
Judges’ Special Award
For Creativity
Winner:
Team 1
ATC
Synesthesia Visualization
Noah Caulfield, Hugo Rivera
Sponsor: Ms. Pace
Sponsor Recognition
Let's give a big round of
applause for our sponsors!
The people in these
businesses and companies
helped us Take the Challenge!
Primary Sponsors:
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Los Alamos National Security, LLC
Sandia National Laboratories
Educational Partners:
CCL Netlogo, CHECS, Eastern New Mexico University, MIT Starlogo, New
Mexico Computing Applications Center, New Mexico EPSCoR, New Mexico
Highlands University, New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, New
Mexico Public Education Department, New Mexico State University,
NMSU-Dona Ana Community College, Northern New Mexico College,
San Juan College, Santa Fe Community College, Santa Fe Complex, Santa Fe
Institute, University of New Mexico, UNM-CARC
Commercial Partners:
Abba Technologies/Hewlett Packard, Google RISE, Lockheed Martin, The Math
Works, Gulfstream Group and bigbyte.cc,VanDyke Software, Albuquerque
Journal, CAaNES, Cray Inc, Fourth Watch Software, Innovate Educate NM,
LANL Foundation, Lobo Internet Services, New Mexico Business Weekly, New
Mexico Technology Council, PY Multimedia Services, Qforma, Redfish Group,
Technology Integration Group
Outstanding Service Award
Presented by
Betsy Frederick
Outstanding Service Award
Winner:
Teri Roberts
Volunteer Extraordinaire
Scholarship Winners
Presented by Janeen Anderson,
Acaji, Inc.
The Computer,
Computational, and Statistical
Sciences Division of Los
Alamos National Laboratory,
ABBA Technologies, UPS and
Los Alamos National Security
Thank you for your generous contributions
to Challenge scholarship funds.
NCWIT Special Guest
Catherine Ertz
Operations Director
National Center for Women
& Information Technology
Presenting the NCWIT
Aspirations Awards
NCWIT Aspiration Winners
from Central and Northern NM
Taylor Bacon
Danielle Garcia
Emma Clary-Gelinas
Chloe Grubb
Keva Howe
Alexandra Porter
Rachel Robey
Ceryndipity Schoel
Paige Torres
Taylor Torres
Maria Troyer
Victoria Troyer
NCWIT Aspiration Winners
from Central and Northern NM
Taylor Bacon
Desert Academy
Santa Fe, NM
Class of 2015
Taylor has been involved in computer programming for about four years,
each year learning and developing more and more skills. In 8th and 9th
grade, she participated in the New Mexico Supercomputing challenge. This
involved spending a weekend at New Mexico Tech in Socorro, NM and
taking a series of classes related to science, technology, engineering, and
math. Then, over the course of the next year, she developed a computer
model, collected data, analyzed the results, and wrote a paper
summarizing the process. In 8th grade, Taylor modeled the spread of
cholera in an earthquake relief camp in Haiti, and found several
approaches to preventing further spread of the disease. As a freshman,
she modeled the depletion of a New Mexico Aquifer. For her project
involving aquifers, she and her partner were recognized for having the
“Best Ecosystem Model.” This year she is teaching an introductory
programming class at a local elementary school.
NCWIT Aspiration Winners
from Central and Northern NM
Emma Clary-Gelinas
School of Dreams Academy
Los Lunas, NM
Class of 2013
Emma's interest in computing came about through involvement in her high
school's STEM Program, Through the program she has competed in many
local and international robotics and computing competitions including, B.E.S.T.
(Boosting Engineering Science and Technology) Robotics, FRC (FIRST
Robotics Competition), Botball, Supercomputing Challenge and other STEM
related programs. Emma has taken on difficult leadership roles in the STEM
program and in her school, being elected as class Vice President for three of
her four years in high school. She also has taken on leadership roles for all
competitions, successfully being the team leader of the 2012 State Champion
BEST Robotics Team. In school Emma is a highly dedicated student, working
hard to maintain a high GPA, and keeping up with numerous extracurricular
activities. She has taken dual credit classes through high school and plans to
attend university with a computing and engineering based major. Emma will be
graduating this year with honors, as class Salutatorian and attending the New
Mexico State University in the fall.
NCWIT Aspiration Winners
from Central and Northern NM
Danielle Garcia
School of Dreams Academy
Los Lunas, NM
Class of 2014
Danielle's love of technology started in her 9th grade year when she joined her
school's Botball team. They placed 1st their first year and attended Botball's
International Competition. For the past three years, Danielle has participated in
B.E.S.T. (Boosting Engineering Science and Technology) Robotics, FIRST
Robotics, Botball, and The Supercomputing Challenge. In BEST Robotics,
Danielle won first place in Engineering Notebook. In Botball, she was a captain
and received 5th place and a Judges Choice Award and currently is a coach of
a The School of Dreams Academy Middle School team. In FIRST Robotics,
she was chosen to be the Head of Robot Building. Danielle's extra-curricular
actives include; giving presentations, community outreach with the use of
robotics, and playing her instrument for her school band, a Bass Clarinet, and
attending college classes at the UNM-Valencia Campus. Danielle's future plans
are to attend University of California at Santa Barbra, New Mexico Tech, or
University of California at Santa Cruz to combined Marine Biology and
Computer Science.
NCWIT Aspiration Winners
from Central and Northern NM
Chloe Grubb
School of Dreams Academy
Los Lunas, NM
Class of 2015
Chloe attends the School of Dreams Academy and has been participating in
STEM-CS related programs since she was in middle school. Chloe has
participated and had success in robotics competitions including B.E.S.T.
Robotics, FIRST Robotics, SuperComputing Challenge, ISEF, Envirothon,
Autonomous Aerial Vehicle Contest, and Botball. She was chosen as the
recipient for the New Mexico Affiliate NCWIT Award for Aspirations in Computing,
and a runner-up for the National NCWIT Award. At the 2012 GCER, she was also
chosen for the Outstanding Intuitive and Achievement award. She has been
taking courses at a local college since her freshman year and plans to graduate
from high school with both her high school diploma and an associate’s degree in
pre-engineering.
NCWIT Aspiration Winners
from Central and Northern NM
Keva Howe
School of Dreams Academy
Los Lunas, NM
Class of 2013
Keva’s interest in computing was sparked in high school, with her involvement in
B.E.S.T. (Boosting Engineering Science and Technology) Robotics. The first year
it competed her team placed third, which made it eligible to compete in the
Midwestern region. Keva was personally awarded for creating the first-place tshirt and the first-place website. Keva also enjoys participating in Botball. Last
year Keva was made captain of her Botball team, which won Overall
Documentation and third place overall. In school Keva is currently taking college
courses alongside her high school courses. She hopes to have an influence on
her fellow students in encouraging them to do as much as they can in school.
Outside of school, her team attends different fairs to show their robots and
educate the community about robotics and technology.
NCWIT Aspiration Winners
from Central and Northern NM
Alexandra Porter
La Cueva High
Albuquerque, NM
Class of 2013
Alexandra began programming in middle school with a brief summer course on
Java. She was so excited by it that she used it for her science fair project where
she won first place in Computer Science at region and state science fairs.
Alexandra has won top of category at the regional science fair and was a finalist
at the International Science and Engineering Fair. She also won 3rd place and a
creativity award at the New Mexico Supercomputing Challenge, 2nd at the
regional science fair, and 2nd in category at the state science fair. She has served
as treasurer, and as vice president for the Science Olympiad team at her school.
She has also participated in the New Mexico Supercomputing Challenge and has
volunteered at the National Museum of Nuclear Science in History as counselor
for their summer classes. Alexandra wants to study computer science in college
and pursue a PhD. She would also like to start her own company to develop new
technologies.
NCWIT Aspiration Winners
from Central and Northern NM
Rachel Robey
Los Alamos High
Los Alamos, NM
Class of 2013
Rachel is a senior at Los Alamos High School. She began programming in middle
school when she first participated in the New Mexico Supercomputing Challenge
and has placed in the top three for several years. Through technology, she has
further pursued her interests in math and science. Apart from a few courses,
including an independent study online AP Comp. Sci. class in 8th grade, she has
mostly explored technology on her own time with the mentorship of her father and
brother. In the last year, Rachel was lead author on a journal paper about hashbased algorithms that is now in revision. She also spent the last summer working
in atmospheric modeling as a student at Los Alamos National Lab. In her free
time, Rachel enjoys whitewater kayaking and rock climbing.
NCWIT Aspiration Winners
from Central and Northern NM
Ceryndipity Schoel
Desert Academy
Santa Fe, NM
Class of 2015
Ceryndipity is interested in all kinds of technology, including programming. Last
year she created a website to sell crafts that she had made in order to raise money
for local charities. It took her almost a semester to complete the website, but at the
end of the semester the site was usable, and had multiple pages and links. This
year, she is participating in the Supercomputing Challenge, where she hopes to
model the effects of power stations for the Tesla, an electric car. Ceryn would like to
pursue a career in biomedical engineering, which combines her passion of
engineering with her goal of becoming a doctor. Biomedical engineering is the
perfect mix of the two because she is able to help people while using her
engineering skills.
NCWIT Aspiration Winners
from Central and Northern NM
Paige Torres
School of Dreams Academy
Los Lunas, NM
Class of 2016
Paige's interest in computing and engineering started in Junior High with her
involvement in Science Olympiad. Her team received 4th place in the regional
competition and qualified to compete in state finals. She personally received 1st
place mousetrap vehicle (regional) 2nd place mousetrap vehicle (state finals).
She strives to partake in as many robotics competitions as she can; with an
ambition of gaining more experience in engineering and computing. Outside of
school Paige enjoys cheer-leading, dance, and acting, along with being involved
in her church youth group. In the near future she aspires to use her problem
solving abilities to solve world problems.
NCWIT Aspiration Winners
from Central and Northern NM
Taylor Torres
School of Dreams Academy
Los Lunas, NM
Class of 2016
Taylor's passion for robotics started in 8th grade; beginning her involvement with
Botball. She was in charge of programming and was very successful by receiving
4th place overall and 2nd in seeding. In Junior High she was chosen to participate
in FRC (First Robotics Competition) receiving the rookie inspirational award.
Taylor is currently taking a college credit course along with her high school
courses. During her free time she is involved in cheer-leading, dance, acting, art,
and is a member of her church youth group. Taylor aspires to be the very best she
can, as Eleanor Roosevelt said, "With the new day comes new strength and new
thoughts".
NCWIT Aspiration Winners
from Central and Northern NM
Maria Troyer
School of Dreams Academy
Los Lunas, NM
Class of 2014
Maria is a Junior at the School of Dreams Academy. She has participated in
BEST Robotics where the team won first place overall along with first place
engineering notebook. She also competed in Botball in both the New Mexico and
Oklahoma regions. Maria was the team captain for her schools 2013 FIRST
Robotics team. She also takes concurrent enrollment at the University of New
Mexico Valencia Campus and is working toward an associate degree in general
science. Maria encourages other students to become involved in robotics and
hopes to be an influential role model in the community.
NCWIT Aspiration Winners
from Central and Northern NM
Victoria Troyer
School of Dreams Academy
Los Lunas, NM
Class of 2016
Victoria is a freshman attending the School of Dreams Academy. She began
participating in Science, Robotic's and Technology competitions during 8th
grade. Victoria was a team member of the Science Olympiad Competition. She
has served as captain of the middle school Botball 2012 team, and head
designer for the High School Botball team 2013. Victoria also served as
marketing manager of BEST Robotics where the team won first place overall
and first place engineering notebook. She was also member of the FIRST
robotics team. Victoria is also taking dual credit college courses though the
University of New Mexico Valencia Campus. Victoria enjoys these competitions
and plans on pursuing an Engineering/Technology degree.
NCWIT Educator Award
Winner
Creighton Edington
School of Dreams Academy
Los Lunas, New Mexico
- Passionate about academic competitions such as
Botball, Science Olympiad, BEST Robotics,
Supercomputing Challenge, and RoboRAVE.
•
- Successful advocate of female recruitment and
retention in Math and Sciences.
What his students say……
Mr. Edington has been an inspiration to everyone including me,
taking the extra time for each student, staying the long hours
school. He is thinking about opening a thrift store and all the profits
are going to the schools robotics team so we don’t have to spend
all of our time looking for sponsors. Overall, Mr. Edington puts
others before himself.
Mr. Edington has influenced me in my decisions about my future. It
is because of him that I will soon be going to college next semester.
Being a girl in my teacher’s class is great because I feel that I can
show the boys in the classroom that it is not only a mans job. It is
also a good feeling knowing that I am helping the increasing
number of women in Engineering and Computer Science.
And now, the moment we have
all been waiting for….
John Sarrao, LANL Associate
Director for Theory,
Simulation,
and Computation
(ADTSC)
the envelopes please.
Third Place
Winners:
Team 48 La Cueva High School
Simulation of Approximate
Computing Applied to Numerical
Methods
Alexandra Porter
Sponsor: Samuel Smith
Second Place
Winner:
Team 58
Los Alamos High School
Computer Simulation of Saturn’s
Ring Structure
Cole Kendrick
Sponsor/Mentor: Brian Kendrick
First Place
Winners:
Team 47 La Cueva High School
Learning and Analyzing Topics in
Human Language
Ari Echt-Wilson, Eli Echt-Wilson,
Justin Sanchez
Sponsor: Samuel Smith
First Place Winner's
Project Overview
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kitchen.
Your choice of
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Ham/Red
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The Last Word
David Kratzer, Consult
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